Klondike National Historical Park
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The 3-kilowatt photovoltaic system installation at the Klondike National Historical Park was completed in May 2010. The power generated helps offset the building energy consumption. The project was made possible by funding from the Seattle City Light Green Power Program.
Energy monitoring provided to the Park has connected live performance data from their existing PV system to the Energy Exploration Center at Solar4RSchools.org. Students and educators nationwide can chart, graph and analyze the system's performance data for educational purposes. A touchscreen kiosk located inside the facility allows park visitors and employees to interact with the system's live performance data while learning about the science and benefits of renewable energy.